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Old 03-14-2017, 09:27 PM - Thread Starter
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I got it. I think when I tried, I didn't push the bulb in to push the bracket back far enough. to get it out of the way. Just switched them all. Much better. Thank you. Saved me from buying more bulbs and doing it again!. You learn something new every day. Lol!

Appreciate it!

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Just got home after a long day of driving back and forth to Murfreesboro (Nashville metro - about 2.5 hours one way normally) to see my son plan in the high school state tournament. Unfortunately, due to an accident on highway 40 (must have just happened), I sat on the highway for an hour. I tried to get there before the end of the game, but missed it by just a few minutes. The kid was supposed to hang out with the team and watch the other games then spend the night and return tomorrow. I had to come back and get the dogs form the vet, so I turned around and drove back. We lost. My kid had a dunk and I missed that as well, but hopefully I can find a replay of the game. Oh and it's my birthday and the rest of the family is in FL still.

Happy birthday to me. Here are some presents that were delivered today.



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Just got home after a long day of driving back and forth to Murfreesboro (Nashville metro - about 2.5 hours one way normally) to see my son plan in the high school state tournament. Unfortunately, due to an accident on highway 40 (must have just happened), I sat on the highway for an hour. I tried to get there before the end of the game, but missed it by just a few minutes. The kid was supposed to hang out with the team and watch the other games then spend the night and return tomorrow. I had to come back and get the dogs form the vet, so I turned around and drove back. We lost. My kid had a dunk and I missed that as well, but hopefully I can find a replay of the game. Oh and it's my birthday and the rest of the family is in FL still.

Happy birthday to me. Here are some presents that were delivered today.

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Man. Should have let me know the tournament was in the Boro! I would have headed over to meet you. But you wouldn't have been there. But I could have recorded some of the game for you at least! And yes... Happy Birthday to you. Very nice presents you've received!
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Just got home after a long day of driving back and forth to Murfreesboro (Nashville metro - about 2.5 hours one way normally) to see my son plan in the high school state tournament. Unfortunately, due to an accident on highway 40 (must have just happened), I sat on the highway for an hour. I tried to get there before the end of the game, but missed it by just a few minutes. The kid was supposed to hang out with the team and watch the other games then spend the night and return tomorrow. I had to come back and get the dogs form the vet, so I turned around and drove back. We lost. My kid had a dunk and I missed that as well, but hopefully I can find a replay of the game. Oh and it's my birthday and the rest of the family is in FL still.

Happy birthday to me. Here are some presents that were delivered today.



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Happy Birthday!

Sorry to hear about your son's game. Which school does he play for? My wife works in several of the schools and might know your son.

If I wasn't out of town for work @dgage and I could have taken you out for your birthday.

Room is looking great!
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Happy Birthday!

Sorry to hear about your son's game. Which school does he play for? My wife works in several of the schools and might know your son.

If I wasn't out of town for work @dgage and I could have taken you out for your birthday.

Room is looking great!
Thanks. He's a junior at Bearden HS. Hard to miss, he's 6'7" now.

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Man. Should have let me know the tournament was in the Boro! I would have headed over to meet you. But you wouldn't have been there. But I could have recorded some of the game for you at least! And yes... Happy Birthday to you. Very nice presents you've received!
I got out of the truck, filled it with gas and drove home. 6 hours in the vehicle today. Could've been hanging my projector.

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Thanks. He's a junior at Bearden HS. Hard to miss, he's 6'7" now.

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My wife did all her teaching at Farragut Intermediate. She is now the innovation specialist for Knox County and is bouncing around from school to school each day.

Dang - he is a tall guy. Any colleges interested yet?
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He's got a few D2 and D3 schools following him. We'll see how things go during AAU season which practice starts Tuesday.

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Looking good Chinadog! And Happy Birthday. Definitely wish I was in town to meet you for a birthday dinner or birthday hanging of the projector.

Pretty soon we'll be able to have a Knoxville Theater Crawl though I have quite a bit of work to do to catch up to you and Coach.
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Looking good Chinadog! And Happy Birthday. Definitely wish I was in town to meet you for a birthday dinner or birthday hanging of the projector.

Pretty soon we'll be able to have a Knoxville Theater Crawl though I have quite a bit of work to do to catch up to you and Coach.
A Knoxville GTG/Crawl would be fun...
Come on Dgage, you have PLENTY of subs...
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Plans for today:
  1. Spend MORE money at HD.
  2. Finish up the counter wall.
  3. Start to build frames for walls.
  4. Install door on equipment closet.
  5. Finish projector box (as much as possible).

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Plans for today:
  1. Spend MORE money at HD.
  2. Finish up the counter wall.
  3. Start to build frames for walls.
  4. Install door on equipment closet.
  5. Finish projector box (as much as possible).

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I think you mentioned being home alone. If you need an extra set of hands tomorrow, I am home all day doing paperwork. @dgage has already discussed my"AMAZING" DIY skills.....so what I am willing to do is hold stuff up or help carry in stuff. lol
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Plans for today:
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  2. Finish up the counter wall.
  3. Start to build frames for walls.
  4. Install door on equipment closet.
  5. Finish projector box (as much as possible).

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I think you mentioned being home alone. If you need an extra set of hands tomorrow, I am home all day doing paperwork. @dgage has already discussed my"AMAZING" DIY skills.....so what I am willing to do is hold stuff up or help carry in stuff. lol
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Appreciate it. My son is on his way back since they lost, he'll be around tomorrow. I don't really have much big stuff now, just a bunch of busy stuff. I did get, bring in and use a few sheets of MDF today. Pain in the ass to do yourself, but that's done.

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I read through the whole thread and didn't see it but how deep are those coffers in the ceiling and how wide are the beams? I really love your ceiling. I'm getting ready to start my own room with a semi similar ceiling. I was going to use a panel molding to trim out the boxes but you using the corner bead really gives it a clean look.

Great job btw
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I read through the whole thread and didn't see it but how deep are those coffers in the ceiling and how wide are the beams? I really love your ceiling. I'm getting ready to start my own room with a semi similar ceiling. I was going to use a panel molding to trim out the boxes but you using the corner bead really gives it a clean look.

Great job btw
Thanks and welcome to the addiction. The coffers are 8" wide. I ripped down some 2x8s to 6.5" - 2 3/4" MDF give you 8". They're 8.75" inches high. 8" plus the width of 3/4 MDF. The outer soffits are 17" wide by 13" high.

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The dunk was like putting lipstick on the pig at this point, but made papa proud regardless.


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Are you making a counter with cabinet doors with this or more like a sit at bar? If it's a bar, what dimensions are you going with?
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Are you making a counter with cabinet doors with this or more like a sit at bar? If it's a bar, what dimensions are you going with?
It's a counter. Finished framing and MDF is 101 inches wide. It' about 18 inches deep to hold roughly a 22-24 wide stab of granite. More pictures in a minute.

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Well, didn't get to 3,4 or 5 yet today. I did spend some money at HD and am close to finishing up the bar. Yesterday I put did the electrical (two double gang outlets on the front, one single gang on the back under where the counter will go. Today, I picked up a 1.5" square tube in cold rolled steel, 1/4" thick from a local metal shop, to act as the support for the span for the granite. Not bad for 101" (cut to length) for 38.00 including tax. It's construction adhesive in place.

This morning I had to wait for the HD floor measurement guy again because I made some changes to the flooring plan and built the stage, so they, of course, wanted to come back and measure for it. I ran to HD and bought 20 2x8s (and ripped 15 of them down to 6") in preparation to building frames for the walls for the acoustic material which is 2" deep. I'm going to use 1/2" MDF to do the finished part of the frames. Tomorrow I'll runback to HD and get them to cut a bunch of MDF for me and we should be good. I also work on the HVAC boxes to get them finished off. About two thirds done with those.







I think I'm done for the day.

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Thanks and welcome to the addiction. The coffers are 8" wide. I ripped down some 2x8s to 6.5" - 2 3/4" MDF give you 8". They're 8.75" inches high. 8" plus the width of 3/4 MDF. The outer soffits are 17" wide by 13" high.

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Thanks for the info. So how much reveal do you have between the top of the crown and the ceiling? I'm assuming about 2.5-2 3/4. Are you happy with the amount of light it puts out? I'm figuring about a 2" gap and I'm concerned that it won't throw enough light.
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Thanks for the info. So how much reveal do you have between the top of the crown and the ceiling? I'm assuming about 2.5-2 3/4. Are you happy with the amount of light it puts out? I'm figuring about a 2" gap and I'm concerned that it won't throw enough light.
Thinking its close to 3", which is plenty of light. It'll be down to 10% during a movie or even off. I don't want the room to be completely dark, but you don't want it distracting either.

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Thinking its close to 3", which is plenty of light. It'll be down to 10% during a movie or even off. I don't want the room to be completely dark, but you don't want it distracting either.

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Thanks for the info. I'm in the same boat. I'm looking for indirect ambiance lighting. I'll make my own thread so I'll stop hijacking yours but you killed it on your ceiling
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Thanks for the info. I'm in the same boat. I'm looking for indirect ambiance lighting. I'll make my own thread so I'll stop hijacking yours but you killed it on your ceiling
No worries, thats what we're here for.

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Made some progress this weekend. I insulated and secured the columns. Got them out of the way. I went to home depot to pick up lumber/MDF to start the framing and finished MDF for the frames in preparation for the acoustic, material and fabric. I had the MDF loaded on a cart and went down to the saw, but it was down. Broken. Said it be a couple of days. So I ended up getting a bunch of 2x8s that I ripped down to 2x6 per the plan. I made a second run today to Lowes (tapped out HD on 2x8s) and spent most of the weekend finishing up the HVAC boxes, framing for the finish work. I also worked on the projector box some - linacoustic, shelf for the cool cube and hinged bottom of the box. Before I can cut any holes for the projector, I'll need to mount it and see where it ends up.

Overall, a very productive week, but thought I'd be further along.









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now your cruising right along. It's looking good.
I think you learned a bunch on the first one so your working smarter not harder.........lol
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now your cruising right along. It's looking good.
I think you learned a bunch on the first one so your working smarter not harder.........lol
Having plans down to the quarter inch doesn't hurt either.

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Was at HD today, again, finished out the order for flooring and carpet for the basement and theater room. Boy, the measurer guy added a bunch of stuff I didn't ask for - molding installs, furniture moves, delivery fees, etc. I hacked off about 2500.00 off the original estimate. Once the stuff comes in I have to pick it up (minus the carpet) and get the install scheduled. They have the saw fixed, so now I can get some MDF ripped this week.

I'm pretty sure the screen gets delivered tomorrow as well. I don't having tracking info yet on speakers, acoustic materials, track or fabric. All outstanding stuff. It's not holding me up yet, but will soon.

I think I'll hold off on installing the fabric until the carpet is in, although since the room is roughly 13 feet wide, they'll have to seam one side, so getting it in the room won't be bad. Dunno. I have to get the wood floor fun before they'll install the carpet. Shouldn't matter in my case since the doors in the theater room have thresholds already.

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I ordered flooring for our kitchen at HD and it took me forever to get them to understand that I was buying enough to do the kitchen and the powder room but they would only install the kitchen. They kept quoting install based on the sq ft purchase. Not that anyone should be surprised, but the powder room floor is still sitting there, uninstalled. At least this time, it's not MY fault. The LOGANESS refuses to pick a new vanity.


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I ordered flooring for our kitchen at HD and it took me forever to get them to understand that I was buying enough to do the kitchen and the powder room but they would only install the kitchen. They kept quoting install based on the sq ft purchase. Not that anyone should be surprised, but the powder room floor is still sitting there, uninstalled. At least this time, it's not MY fault. The LOGANESS refuses to pick a new vanity.

You better get there in a hurry. I swear the saw at my local HD is broken more than it works.
Funny. I had all sorts of issues with HD flooring when I did the last theater. Hoping I cut that off this time.

Get that floor in!

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